• Video: West Side of Texas A&M's Kyle Field Imploded

    by Michael Gaio December 2014

    As part of an ongoing renovation to Texas A&M's Kyle Field, the entire west side of the stadium was imploded on Saturday. A small crowd gathered to watch the implosion and cheered as the structure fell.

  • Parks Director Glad 'Back Yard' Spared in Stadium Hunt

    by Joe Capozzi, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer December 2014

    Before he took charge of Palm Beach County's parks system, Eric Call once carried bats for Hank Aaron and threw a fastball that attracted Major League Baseball scouts to his games at John I. Leonard High School. The Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees drafted Call in separate draft classes that included future stars Tony Gwynn, Mark McGwire and Don Mattingly. But an injury ended his budding baseball career before it ever got started. More than 30 years later, Call had a chance this year to get close again to the game he loves.

  • Mass Transit Upgrades Key to Braves Stadium Success

    by Mark Arum; for the AJC December 2014

    Set to open in 2017, SunTrust Park should be a state of the art live-work-play facility with more options for patrons than Turner Field could ever dream of offering.

  • Stadium Deals Mean No Move to L.A. for NFL in 2015

    by Scott M. Reid, staff writer, The Orange County Register December 2014

    While the NFL is closer to returning to the Los Angeles-Orange County market than at any point since the Rams and Raiders left Southern California 20 years ago this week, 11th-hour stadium talks in St. Louis and Oakland have all but eliminated any chance of NFL games being played in the nation's second-largest market in 2015, according to NFL officials, sports business officials and persons familiar with negotiations in four markets.

  • Local Firm to Fill Reds' Ballpark with Improved Seats

    by Eric Schwartzberg December 2014

    Fritz Borke, President, Borke Mold Specialists, points out the flaws in the failing seats at Great American Ballpark. Borke reverse engineered sturdier seats for the Reds' ballpark.

  • 2014 College Facility Playoff: Championship

    by AB Staff December 2014

    Athletic Business' search for our readers' favorite college football stadium has reached the championship round.

  • St. Petersburg Council Says No to Rays Relocation Deal

    by CHRISTOPHER O'DONNELL Tribune staff December 2014

    The future of the Tampa Bay Rays in the Bay area seems more uncertain than ever after the St. Petersburg City Council on Thursday rejected a deal to let the team explore sites for a new stadium in the region.

  • Charleston Sports Facility to House Innovation Center


    The University of Charleston announced Wednesday plans to begin construction on a long-awaited sports facility estimated to cost $15.5 million.

  • Redskins Drop Plans for Chinese-Built Wi-Fi at Stadium

    by Bill Gertz, The Washington Times December 2014

    Just weeks after announcing a deal to install a Wi-Fi network from China's Huawei Technologies at their 85,000-seat stadium, the Washington Redskins are moving in a different direction.

  • D.C. United Stadium Gains Unanimous Council Backing

    by Thomas Floyd, Special to The Washington Times December 2014

    Jason Levien wasted no time getting down to business. Upon being introduced as a D.C. United co-owner in July 2012, Levien departed a news conference at the W Hotel downtown, walked two blocks to the John A. Wilson Building and met with Mayor Vincent C. Gray to discuss constructing a soccer-specific stadium in the District. Twenty-nine months later, on the fifth floor of the Wilson Building, Levien saw the team and city finish what they started.